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  1. American Recession: What's happening in Texas?

    Learn why the oil bust may not mean disaster for Texas' economy and discover what ...
  2. Austin, Texas: The Best Retirement Communities

    Discover five of the most desirable retirement communities for seniors located in ...
  3. Dallas, Texas: The 5 Best Retirement Communities

    Discover why the Dallas/Fort Worth area of Texas is a popular retirement destination, ...
  4. Texas' Economy: The 9 Industries Driving GDP ...

    Find out which industries are driving the Texas economy. Learn about the largest ...
  5. Houston, Texas: The 5 Best Retirement Communities

    Learn why the Houston, Texas area is one of the most popular retirement destinations, ...
  6. The Top 3 Women-Owned Businesses in Dallas

    Read about three of the top companies in Dallas owned and operated by women, and ...
  1. Getting in On the (Next) Texas Oil, Gas Land ...

    Landowners enjoyed rich royalties from their oil- and gas-producing plots. But how ...
  2. Austin Set to Rival Silicon Valley (GOOG, AAPL)

    Over the years, Austin, Texas has lovingly embraced its quirky reputation with the ...
  3. Is Texas The Future Of America?

    The top three fastest-growing cities are located in Texas and 20% of jobs created ...
  4. Looking To Invest In Texas? Here Is How

    Ranging from energy to household names, here are some of the top investment opportunities ...
  5. Black Gold In JR Ewing Country: Texas' Oil Economy

    The economy of Texas is soaring because of oil and oil-derivated products and services, ...
  6. Looking To Invest In the Third-Largest Pharmacy?

    Rite Aid Corporation's $4 billion purchase of the Eckerd retail pharmacy chain during ...
  1. How much money does Texas make from unclaimed property each year?

    Learn about unclaimed accounts in the state of Texas. Learn about the size of returned claims in Texas and the role of the ...
  2. What is the cost of living difference between Texas and California?

    Find out how MIT data indicates that Californians need to earn nearly 28 percent more than Texans to afford the same goods ...
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